I’m still new to the world of self-publishing and I don’t sell that many books. However, I’m learning more and more as time goes on. Today, I wanted to share with you a major discovery I made last month. I was able to double the sales of my self-published books on Amazon.com. The best part of this story is that I didn’t have to write new books to do this! I’m using a strategy you might already be doing or this might be the first time you’re hearing about it. But the main thing I want you to take away from this post is the power of reusing or repurposing content you already have. So what did I do to double my March book sales? I simply converted my Kindle ebooks into physical print versions on Createspace.
Createspace is a company that produces print-on-demand books and is owned by Amazon.com. Because they are owned by Amazon, integration between Kindle ebooks and their print versions from Createspace is seamless. Making a print book isn’t too difficult, but as a first-timer, it did take me awhile to get used to all the proofing and formating required to get a professional looking book. There were many things I learned while editing the digital proofs. And when it came down to ordering the physical proofs, it took me more time to read through my books again with a pencil in-hand to mark-up the mistakes. Read the rest of this entry →